Newspaper Page Text
WOOtKl'tlCIs > A. Ui?ii:s?lay April 10?h 1* TOWN AND OOITNir ATFA1 15. ?St ?. li. U. Time Talle and alter Miiulay Nov. 18th 1877 will arrive and leave Woo?lsto? follows : W1--3TEKN BOL"NI). Fieignt tniiu leaves A. M. ! Passenger " " P. M. 1 Freight " " P. M. '. EASTLItN BOUND. freight train leaves A. M i *?.s?.-i!0"cr " arrives P. M. " leaves P. M. .?rgnt " leaves P. M. Freight trains leaving at A. M h.'ul P. .M. 9.M respectively ru Sundays, Moudays, Tuesdays, 1 days and Satunlays only. All traius daily except Sundays. All regular trains have passengei Rtt?iche?l. Fix*. Lick.?Mr. S. Turuer another gentleman of Frotit 1 caught SO lbs. of Bass iu IWO ?lass. Food.?Uu court day, a v clam and two keys, The owner i*et it by applying at the 11 El ot.ice. The ILirrisouburg barber is lot fot a live lotvn, in svhich to do bttsil We ?sould not be surprised if be a follow the (IrUULtisls. ??W-.'.jdsLo.k ;* sick so we send 1 new Piiarmacist."?Tha. is the llarrisoubuig cousole? bersclt,whse nieri liants seek a live place. Religion Soticb.??Veare req tc?l lo aunonnce that Rev. il. Arbe? will ?.reach in the Methodist Churel 'i.is i, lace on next Sunday, morning uiug. Woodstock has just organized a drum cor??.?Iliimaonbtug ha* bursted ou?- and sold the drums to country. Compromised. -The suits of CI man vs. B. A. ?>. P?. R, S ? o. R. R. and 1'. M. S. Bird, vs. .v ' i. R. 11. lias-,- been cotuprom? - J!'e'.v of the ?*iairow l'a??.!,-?- Bridge disas ? ??? ? Stage line no;?- carries Wind .? r fishermen to the river and b for one dollar. An energetic tisben: can catch enough li?h in one day to half hi* stage ?iirp. New Dkid Store.?Attention called lo the advertisement of the M D.U.: Store ot'J.S. Irwin & Sou.oppoi th.e Court House. Mr. Irvviu is ab Hito Baltimore to purchase au Icofdrui*? for this rnarket. ? ??? m - M. Gearv ha? just received a fit supply of Paints, Oils, Varnish. W dow Glass aud painters materii svhich he can furnish at Very low flgur Give hiiu a call, and examine bi? pii before busing. ? ???? ???? - ? l'liu:. TU? ?ii'oi'cits kiio.cn as S Tannery on Cedar Creek svas burned Tuesday uight, 3d in*t. The propr tor. Mr. Cover was in Baltimore at I time. The loss sustained, wo are formed, was about 17000. Amount ace 01000. Coal. ?We received h ?pecimen fre the coal mine about three miles fr< - place. The specitneu was b!a ?'ate with some surphur in it. It gi led hot but does not burn. We ho the miners may meet with success, b the prospect docs not appear to be ve Bail . Foi: Congress,?Toe Scnttsvil t ourier places at its mast head tl name of II m. H. C. Allen, ot tl place, for Congress from this distri? Judge Allen would make an etlicie and faithful representative. .. ? ??? -?? Pastoral Call Accrptbd. -Re .1. ?*. SenekerofNew CamherlantL Oh lias accepted a call to the Luther; Church near Cabin Hill, Shenandoi ..titv. Mr.Seneker was formerly pastor m this county. ? i ??? ? ? Plkson\i..? Tic- following nami attorneys from other counties have bet hen.- attending the session ofourcircu c?)urt : Jud^e Shelley of Stauntot Oe.i.J. H. William?. W. Alexande Holmes Boyd and Holme? Couard ( VTinchester and Giles Cook, and S. ; Turner. Esqrs. oi Warren County. Tm: LBors. ? While some o? th fruit has been killed by the recenifreez the crop is not expected to be decrease -at deal. The wheat in tin; Valles both upper and lower, as we bear, i looking finely. Mai. X. II. Hotchki* informs us that in West Vlrginis u!on; the Ohio river tlie ?heat is etgliteei inches high.? Vindi What d IBs hi: Mi: in '. - We wool like to understand svhat our fnsud tl th.- YaUeu means by the "Heiiai.i>': un-fa i'- and fair informers " " Au "ex .," would now be in order. Hi Bind and heart are at all times fille? W ;h vi-ion* ot the/ai>. but svhat doei h ? mean by oa-fai . Let him belel forth his "exegeeie." I rm.ri.iiv. -If Woodstock is evei to have a cemetery now is the time t< purchase one. Land suitable for the purpose can be secured at a reaaeoabh pri?e. Instead of having our dead Scattered over five or six lots, would il not be better to have one large cemetery ?a which every person svotild feel an interest. Let measures be taken tc il? termine upon the location, purchase the lot and have our dead removed toa suitable place. A few week? ago Messrs .1. 1). Price andCapt. C. A. Sprinkle, of this place made sale of the undivided half of the Murray tract of mineral land situated in the Anthracite coal region, in North Biserl.ap. mid contained LOSO acre?, to Mr. W. S. (ireen ol Staunton, for? merly of Ohio.?The price paid for it was $15,000, equivalent to cash.?Rock, lit g ister. Alw?irs keep on band, as delay in? crease! suffering. If you have a cough or cold use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It will cure yon. Price 25 cent?. Death of Old Citizens.?Mr. George Fravi-1 ?lied at bis residence, in j this place, on last Friday morning. Ho ! was a man of quiet, industrious habits j uud possessed ibe esteem of all ?with ' whom be associated. He gave evidence i of bis preparaliou for a future existence. 1 lie was confined to bis house but one ! week. He lull", expected his death and made every arrangement in reference to both his temporal and spiritual J affairs. Capt. Jas. X. Swann, of Ediuburg, died at his residence on last Sunday morning. For some month?, he bad been suffeaiug from disease of the heart. lie was a prominent aud consistent member of the Methodist Church, aud nave evidence, to his Iricnds, of com? plete preparation of heart, aud was ready to meet the summoas of his Master. His body was interred in Cedurwood Cemetery by the Masonic fraternity on last Monday. Declined.?A lad of Strasburg, 12 years of age, seuus us a coiiiiiuinication in which he saya lie was Induced to join a baud ot youthful robbers and placad ??us name to an agreement, that the agreement was after winds captured by bis school teach? er, that the band made a raid upon a ?lore aud that some of the money and ? key was given to him to keep quiet, that ' his partners went back on him, gave | evidence against him and that he was i tried before a Justice and ordered to Le ? whipped by the constable, for all of , which be complain.? and asks us to pub? lish his complaint together with eluuges | against, a party who has incurred his 'displeasure, aud promises to pay ua when he Incomes a man. Ile fe his name to appear :u full, but we will i wait until he becouiea a man. b? lure we ? comply with bis requests. Circuit Court Proceedings. The will of I*?nj. Shultz dec'dpro-l duct! and ordered to be recorded. Get?, shaver qualified as Executor of Ben). Sbuliz. uso, C. Hammon appointed deputy for Geo. VV. Miley, Clerk of thi? court. Jacob M. Chapman's admr., vs. B. ft U. Railroad company. The parties] in tin-cause ?niTing agreed upon Ibe] term? o! a compromise and adjoin u tu? m of the said cause, and it being de? sired that the same be entered aa the judgim-nt of the. court, this cause bj the consent of parties is removed lu the corporation Court of Winchest? r. The Estate of Philip Pitman commit? Led to the Sheriff. Lemuel Horden granted permission to practice law iu this court. Julius C. Sibert vs. i!. ?cO. Railroad j Company. For reasons appealing to' the Court this cause is dismissed, agreed. Two Men Killed on the C. ?c 0. R.?About three months ago Frank D. Beazlev, a young gas-fitter of Rich mond, who bad just fiuislied his ap? prenticeship and was uuable to get work at his trade, got a situation on the C. ft ? 0. Road n< brakctucn. Tuesday morn-! Ina, as Ins tiain was apfiroauhiag I..IU?- ? sa C. H., be fell between the cars and was cut to nieces. \? hen the train stop? ped and the bauds went back to look for him, they could not find his head. Tbc previous afternoon, Mr. VT. C? Tomkins,formerly a well-known ?iii zeti of Richmond and Secretary o? the Virginia Towing Co., but since the war a farmer near Hanover Junction, was | I walking along the C. ft 0. track from' the station homeward,when the axcom? ; Imodation train came in sight. He fell, j j in attempting to get oil' the track, and j nia body was torn to pieces by the loco I motive.- Vindicator. ?Railroad Cask.?The case ol Jef ferson's administrator vs. B. & 0. R. R. is now being tried in the circuit court lof this county. This ca-e diff?ra from ?the other Narrow Passage bridge cases in the fact that Mr. Jetferson's widow compromised with the railroad com-1 Ipany, and the present suit is for the benefit of Mr. Jefferson's mother who \ was one of lus heirs. Mrs. Jefferson is represented by Messrs. Walton and! ! Alexander and the railroad company | by Messrs. Williams and Shelley. Since writing the above the Jefferson case has been continued aud a jury has i been einpauneled to try the case o? M. Fuukhouscradiur. of Charles Xoel v?. B.ftO.R.R. Bass.?The law iu regard to i?a-u fishing provides that it "shall uot be lawful to kill or capture any river bass (commonly culled black bass, or black ? ?perch), or pond bass (commouly called southern chub), between the 15th day ; of May und the 1st ?lay of July of each i year; nor shall it be lawful to shoot or j speer either species of these tish at au y ' time." Any peraou convicted of a vi 'olalion of this law shall be fiued <j'20, ! and shall be imprisoned 30 day?, if the | line is not paid. Dhiftiao with THI TIDE.?A new i Song and Chorus, by Will L. Thomp? sou, is said to be even prettier than the | famous ''Gathering Shells from the StB 'Shore, by the sume author. Any ?music dealer will mail you either lof these beautiful songs on receipt o! price. 40 cents. Both have handsome '? picture title Published by W. L. TllOMl?o\ ? Co., Ea-t Liverpool, Ohio. W.J. Mollet leaves the Depot at Timberville on the first of April, und goes to take charge of big lathers farm ' near New Market, William has the j vim, and then you can always depend 'on him. Mi. W. Grove, of Ediubur, lakes bis place at the depot.? iiVA-. Begitter. The Page Coti.ier say th" Short Walk? I ing dress for ladies enables them to go home With decently clean utidcr ! skirts. The local Editor of the Courier j is certainly a man of close observation. What is exempt from the prying curiosi? ty of an energetic local Editor? --?a. Flower Seeds.?I expect ou next Saturday to send iu a lot ?*f special or* dera tor Landreth's Flower Seeils. If you are in need of any, let me know b) that uuie. It B. Schmitt. County Col ht Piiocbedinos.? ' will of ('?-o. F ravel proved ami onH to be recorded. Juo. W. Fravel qualified as ?-xeci of (ico. Fravel deed. T. W. Allen appointed administri ' of the estate of Sam'l. Romick. dee'r On application of Erasmus Estcp road from Win. Olinger's to Ilesa h Mill, it is ordered that Mark Thor Comr. of Bonds view and report. In the matter of Bridge across Ce Creek at or near the Old Forge. court approves and ratifies the be and ?outrait and orders that the sa be cerlilied to county court Frederick. Joseph Baker appointed adminisl tor of the estate of Abraham Bak dre'd. L. D. Funkhouser appointed adm istrator ?1. b, n. of estate of Ad: ?Kelster, dee'd. Eliza Ann Wende! and John Wendel selected Hainpson ?? isnian their guardian. Ulamlo Kelster selected Cyi Keister as his guardian. Samuel Windle and Isabella Win? ?elected Joseph M. Barton as th guardian. On petition of Geo. Bye and oth? for road from the lands of Mrs. Da\ Evans to the Page line ou the top Masaanuttan mountain. Sam'l. Schmtic er and Abraham Bos? Conn's, of roa )i?l( red to view proposed route. On the application of F E. Bice ai others permission is given to erect gat at certain points on the road from Nt Market to Manor's Mill. On pclion of J. S. Pcnuybachcr, V A. Quick and others for the astablisl ment oi a bridge the court order? Ma Thomas one of the Commissioners Bond? to act "ii the part of the couu and co-operate with Jacob G. Neff si Samuel Moore, committee, Two-thin of the cost of the bridge is to be paid I individuals and one-third by the cojnl provided the amount does nor excec' ? ni" thousand dol?ais. i.:?- use to sell ipirituoui liquoi granted to M. Geary, L. M. Holtzmai M. I'. Graul B F. Murray, B. F. My?-r William Clem, IVm. II. Baker ai; Leonard Wallers. Reports of (?en. .J. GraudslatT Cam Dlst.No. 2 and Christian Miller, i Dist. Xa. ;? relumed and tiled. The will of Michael Wine Jr. wi produced arid ordered to be recorded. (,. A. Hupp appointed trustee oftl ('ranimai School House, in Strasburg Vs. (i. T. D. Collins, a minister of lli M. E. Church, Is authorized to eolet? mze the rights of matrimeoy. LIST OP I'iNVKYAMKs. Dec! from Magdaline Coil? to Josep Estcp and wife. Deed IVoui Moses Painter and wi! lo Leah Dellinger. Deed from Henry II. Hsun ami all to John R. Hottel. Deed from Benjamin F. Borden ai. wife to Joel S. Borden. Deed from Etnanuel Crabill and wif to Joel S. Borden X Brothers. Deed from Win. II. Borden and ssil to .1 "i. ! S. ?V B. I". Borden. Deed from John W. Leedy to same. Deed from John K. Leedy aud wil to 11. F. cV Joel s. Borden. Deed from Joel S. Borden and wif to B. F. Borden. Deed from A. J. Cullers to Bailie (. Cullers. Deed from M. Sorbaugh and wife t Joseph Fravel. Deed Irom James Burner and wife t' Samuel Cooper. Deed from Isaac Richard to Jaco! Rickard. Deed from Elijah Bos? nberg.-r am wife to School Trustees Stonewall am Johnston Districts. Deed from li. C. Will snd wife kc to E. S Culvert Trustee for Mari; Cal vert. Deed from v>iu. More-land to Jam? II. Percy. Deed from Robert II. Kibh-r Xc. U Henry E. Bailey and wife. Deed from .Joseph Cotl'iuau A*, wife t? John W. Georg.: and wife. Deed from John S. Barbour and wife to PowePs Fort Mining Company. Deed from Lydia Bower aVc, to Join: I). Markley. Deed from D. II. Heakel and wife tc M. D. Coffrnan. Deed from M. D. CofTmati to Martha E. Eaton. Deed from Andrew Bushoug and wife to Jos. F. Kronk, Tr. for Mary C. Copp, cVe. Deed from Wm. D. Lambert and wife to Harrison Crabill. Deed from James M. Painter and wife to s. c. Evans. Deed from Samuel J. Smoot'.? to Isaac Swarts. Deed from IsaacSwartZ and wife to Win. II. Swart?.. Deed from Win. II. Swartz and wife to Isaac and Ananias Swart*. Deed from Eliza Gochenour to Gee II. Shaver Ac. Truste?-*, Deed from Elizabeth Sibole etc. to Cyrus K'-ister. Deeil from Sime? n Barb and wife to School Trustees Lee District. Deed from Joseph Hupp and wife to Mary C. Fleming. Deed from Noah I. Henkel and wife cxc. to Socrates Henkel. Deed Irom Geo. C. Bhiiiehart and wife to Nathaniel Wolverton. Deed I'mm Xathauiel Wolverton and wife to Samuel McKlroy. Died from Lev! Binker to Jo?. Moon Tr. for Va. .Moore. Ifm, Drunimond and wife ' to Levi Dodson. Fish Rei-out.?The receipt? at Fish town since Saturday have been very light, osvino; to the continued northwrst arlada. They consist of 1,000 ?had, nt BORS*;85,000 herrings. at?lOall, and ami 300 bunches of lisliat 25a35 cent*. ?'Grossman Bitos. to the front" At ( ai'.tlhs Drug Store on last Court day a communication wa? received at Du. D. D. Ca ut Kits Driii* Store from tin I .ame seed tit in of (iro??nian <t Bros. Bochcster X. Y. Reducing the price ol all (?arden 8881*8 from their house to 5 cent*] foi" package. Same as former's sold for 1*0 tent?, they are guaranteed fresh and of the be?t quality.?5 papers Seul to auy '?ost paid lor '?b ceuts. 3t. I On Friday eyeuing of last week S iff Campbell received a dispatch I I the Sheriff of Washington cou jlVnn., ?? arrest John Hauen ? ' John C, Glenn, who was thought t i sojourning id this comity. Accordii j Mr C, having ascertained that ! party named was at the farm of R. i Russell. Esq., visiting his brother ? whom Mr. Russell made sale of ;, place some months since, repa thither and succeeded in making the I rest. Un Saturday, the prisoner ? | writ of Habeas corpus was brought | fore Judge Stewart of ibe county co who upou the ground ofllie iufortiia of his arrest, ordered his release 1; the custody of the ?hcritf. The ,lu took the ground that the dispatch, that it failed to specify the crime which he was accused, or iu fact, charge him with crime at all, was m sufficient ground for bis detention jail. Mr. II. made tracks at once, and st ping at his brothers only long BOO to g.-t a clean shirt continued Ills ti els, a happier if not a better mar Subsequently, a warrant was isaued Itia arrest, armed with which, spe Detective Smith. (Gabriel) is at I writing scouring the Mas-anutton : the contiguous valleys, in search of fugitive. Siuce writing the above Dcieci Byers bas ivaehed'here from PeOOSyi n a in quest of Ilaneu. lie char] Ba?en with swindling on a large sen Fron his account Hauen in ceinnct with oue or two othni parties indu? ?onic man in Washington county, 1 ?vho from long dissipation had weak) cd bis uiiutl, and against whom t!, were a tew judgements that were g in** Lim Bosot trooMe, to czi rat* them what is known in Pennsylvania a judgment bond, in order to prat? himself against Ina creditors. Tli then made him believe that the !" thing lie could do would : Shenantloah count v. to tin- house of J sepli Hanen, a brother ?f the atcust aud lie- sun: man who is now living this counlv.and aitlmtlt the knnwled of his iri'.'udi hurried him "if. In i absence they docketed their ju bad execution issued and mad? sah ofi the mai:'- ( ?!- cts,in< ludiug a - so that when lit? returned after a l"i Stay ill ShciuiM'loali be found hiilMM p iiH:.le-s. Une of the party was col vicu d at the February term of t: court, and Ilan.-n i? badiy want? ?i tin r Byers saya he la an accomplishi acoundrel and this i? only a sample ofh i ansaclntn?. ?Page Courier. The American Farmer fur April ?received.?replete with its usual am of useful and seasonable papers fro the most practical and experienc? hands in the various departments (arm, garden and household econom The standard topiu of diseussion, ; usual with this venerable farm j.nirna appears to be manures, home-made a: artificial, and Hiebest modes of resto iug the declining fertility of soils. Se eral anieles on these labjectl are wi worth careful r.-odin-?. Other branche ?nil? a? the Live Stock Interest, tl Dairy, the Staple Crop-. Horticuitu: i.i its various divisions, the Poulti Yard. Ac. all are given full apace. number of appropriate cuts illustrai ? t! text. Attentive reading of this numb? to any of our wi.le-awakt (armera un not fail to be worth more thau tl amount of the yearly BUbscriptioi which is $1.50. or only ?l to club? i five or more. Samuel Sands ft Sol Baltimore, are the publishers. Sounds or N'okmandy.?We liai ju.t received a copy of a Potpourri, OOI turning all the popular airs from th new opera culled, the ?Chimes o I Xoi mainly' splendidly atTfeOged for tl piano, by Charlie Baker, the celebrate American Composer. Xo ?doubt 01 friends and readers who have had th pleasure of bearing this supeib tie?, opera cannot fail to remember th beautiful melodies contaiinu thereit All these have been nicely arrang? ?1 fa Piano or Organ. So popular is I hi? eon position that the publisher wa? COB* pelled to inak?! two sets of plaUs. i order to supply the demand. Ever person who is in possession of a Pian or Organ should buy a copy. Price, 50 OSQtS, published by F. W IlKi.MlcK, the Gnat Western Pul 13(j West Fourth Street. Cincinnati. O Or for sale by W II. Bargelt A Son Woodstock Vu. Local XotloOH Mcaic Teacher.?Miss Virginn Carder, who ha? just completed bei eiiuageinents as music teacher is desir ous of securing a situation in sonn family if possible. She gives instruc? tions on the piano, organ, guitar ami several other instuments. Sho is a graduate ol the school for the blind in the I). I). ft B. I. at Slaunton. and by her own effort! supports herself and an invalid mother and sister. Miss Carder is one of the most agreeable companion? in the family circle and is eminently qualified ts give abundant satisfaction is a teaener of music. Any one giving ht r a situation will get value receive,1 besides tiding a deserving and unfortun? ate blind girl in her laudable ?lion? at supporting herself and afflicted mother. Address ncr at Newtowo, Va. unii July 1st. after which time her post rdnce will lie at Luray, Va. " Triai BorixRi26 CtHTs.'*?In or? der that all ma?, test the great viruns of Dr Svrsjnaa ?Compound symp ol Wild Cherry vve hue issued Irial In.?! lie? at li? cents, X?? lam ill should la Without ibis valuable medicine, as of? ten-times a ?ingle 25 cent bottle nib cure a retient, cnu?gh or cold, and inn? prevent much sufiVrin?; and risk. It also cures Mthaaa. bron? hit'n, llvei c'lnplaint, and enriedlas and piintits 'be id.?ml, l?ivi ig tone ?in! strength t?> the satire system. A-TiiMA am> Distukssim; Couau Ci;?ku. My niotber was agr?ai suffeii r In.m BSthlRS ; could not sleep ; her symp? toms became very alarming ; abort breath, pains aud oppression, lb. s'waytic's Compound Syrup ol Wild Cluiry gave her iinmitliiie relict, and in ? short time restored h r l" g ??I h.'alth H. MK?EI. Ci,,,' . 17th anil (.'?rpenter ?la,, Philadelphia. Price : Trial boltle?. 20 els ; large si'/?* $1, or six lor $5. A siogl? ?.'.'. cent botll?- wid i ften-lim??s cut" a |*JJ? cenl cough or ? old. ?ml Ihns pr.vnt mil? li risk and suffering, sol?! by I'm. 1? D Caiitkr, Woodatiick. An AsT-NisiiiNi-. Fact?A larg* pr. poiti.iii of lite American people arc to-d:iy dying limii the ? ?1' ct? of D)"8 pepsia or d soi'lcit'l liter The re cull of these disease- upon the n. of intelligent and va.nab!.- people i mosi alaiining, making life bvluallt a burden inatcad of a pi a- in) ? .xi-'- r?c of enjoyment ami naufiln ought to lie. There is n > gi "I r?i ?on f'cr ibis, if yon will ?mis aside pi- jiiilie.' ami skepticism, take 'he advice ol Druggists and vom friends, and try one bottle ol Green's August Flower. Your S|x.edy i crtam. Millions of ho ttlea ol thi - inedicinc have been given swa) to try lia virtue?, with sniulaut< r. every ease' ?ou om bu bottla for too u niato try. Three ?hi? el is ill r lie-??- I be worst (::i?:-. P??ei tively S"l?l by all Driiggiata on li??? Wewlern COi.tineni. For ?ale bv Or. I) 1). Carter ct B S-hn.itt.\ i stockVa Fennen soMobk?''Itcbiko Piles," symptoms ?if which ?re nioislure, lik pe? apira! ion, intense it hing, partieti larly when andrcas'in*. or after g-nuig warm in l?ed, Incresscc b* sv?' Hing might think pin worm? were crawlinn j in and ab? ul ibe I ctum, oftei [shOWS ilSrlf urouiid ihr pr?vate pul* A pleasant ntnl safe cure in everj ia.*- Sivayne'a Oiiitim-ni- ' Il allow? ?1 I? continue, very ?crions result? in., ?olloi?-. It al?o tjate* teller, barbers itch, se.ilal head, ring worm, lh ?ill sc.lv, crusty, itchy skm eru| ?'ent by mail to ?ins tvldrrMnn leceipl ??I price. ,"i ce??s a Ih>x, oi ihn ? ImX) - It $1 26, bv D-. Swavtre & S?.n Philadelphia " Sold by all badin : ? liu_'i:i?is. in Wt I I ? . s i!:;. I> I? C?i;tkr. Notice. - -All i ? by account at nevtu are earn eu ?!. .i i., corn ? forward inn lll'-di.'lte p:i\ !!:' lit. I liunls in ordi r lo . ondui i -m ce. ?fully. Edinburv. Va. o, ? ?Dire ' ... ?'?. ? '?>T,X/., V?, n as in tt ii.iiti.i: J, F. ijnO'.il 0? i ') )| ?II . i i.S . i "? l: : *?:i| a-. 1 :i. . i'.Xll I . . Clover. til'TTEB -1st riusl . " Jn.i ". " :j,-,| ?? . K..11? th* s?m?i. . I.Slii).... I-OKK. id.1.1' II. ' . . " lore " . elULl'. Y . rUKKBTS per, lb. ... HI' KliS.s. Dili K?. '. I si..-.l-li . . PEATIIBBS?Prim?'. UVB?ll-ii? . CHICKENS . - I'l - 'is. '.i::.s each. ... -. C SLVK---I.il,. .. . su. ah le De . . ?AB?LES. rsi; ; ii?iiiis. i'iii:?? ??; r? . . ka nui :?. ?I [LO 1 t'l.KI.V-. iiitiKi) riitiis. APPLE? ?LU : D... lil'.S I i :: ... l'HIii: I! -. IlLACKBEll 11 '?? IV ALM ? ? iiMi.V', '? r :? .-i ? : . BEAS - ?Vbil ? OLOBEn . ? '.Kl.UN Al ll.r -, ? : o I Ans. ,111. i M . :? bl il v i.Tl M OH i .M *.:::. ; (IL. !! ! ? FLorn ? Extra . SVIII Al White.. COU? V.ol m ... OSTS. liVi:. .. . I.SKII. Sl.l.ll- ci ?fit.. . ITIII.C .. l"a:r t I ROOS. Carter's ta Sie. MllN STRtLT. OPf-OSIIE COURT , WOODSTOCK, V-A?. Dr I> 1). Curler. Proprietor. DEALEII IN Drugs & Patent Medicines, OILS, TAINT-. DYE STI VARNISHED. SOU?!? AXD PERFUMERY. ESSEX! K ?v EXTRA! I'-. GLASS, I'! TTV. A . ??".e.-STATiovri V fcTOlLEI TOBACCO, SMXJFJVS, ?SeO, FRENCH *> COMMON CANDIES, Nate- Clickers, Ac. x\ Ac. Ail .: At ?": iraulfffl *r- rt*lf ? TRICES MODE B A TE. Pre-criptiona ?.-? m . t all leurs. Thanking the pttVic f. r pee? pi I late 11 in, 1 solicit | eoul lieep? ? Ii. D.i ? OFFICE a>.?i RESIPKNCl i Iirit.it store, lulls pr mptl* attend? II t&? rjurgery aS| Aug.?. "7- ltr. Tin BTEE1IALE OF . ILI BE L I.s I ? Its vin ne of a ??cd of trust executed to F. Haittn l>j fscob Ln la dead n- arm? data ra lh* 3 IK.S7, aiid duly ?aa-or.li-d in tie cuiu.tt- court d SlKiii i d.ia:: I No. ?, pan? 1:. and '?? ?i ; - county curt ... | lenu I?-.'.1, SaBtoel C. Wi ll.fl Trueiee in 111- ir.oni ? Manni. anal aficrward to ?it. el?! I .-nil o! -si : ' .?.?int. la?. (?. l'r.n. I w s icbaUtal* ' said d.-a.d In Ilia- r.- in kB I Del C ,?!',?;? to wit : ?t it? April ?ub-iitiit. d i.j- su a in ui<l dcail in ih- loaiiiund ?o-a I "i said ? Krarel, .!? th? mill' iricyii d trust? SATURDAY, APRIL. 27th, 1878. lo tlMBJftMtf ?adder, I ?f laud de-cr.br-l in -aid dri? I. ( o.vr.uxiV' i.iorc o, In?. 0.0.0) ci lc J'..'!' I. :.'.?. ail I tidal!.- fUM. d?t? Mr. Sept. 14. 'i" and dwrj <?<? rdorl In thi I In ih* sonata court ?n ?. N... I, pa :? ?? ?'' IB I ??. ?a - adjoining he land? si i in. Linn, am? ball oi - llio lislf r. u.I'l? lor lit Und l)ln< 'i' the I' ?!? Ij ? id ' bouses u. M S 1.1 March 27th.??w Tnko Notice. Slip r on? in toWad I" ni? IfB i."i'-.. ? r*h. ? ? r?stet, I'.r? ?ea I C?r(i*r't Drug store. Lanip tix'.u ?i porter at Adee/ttst m< dt. ?I! -OF FALL ft WINTER GOODS -AT P. J, PR A VEVS? :?!' Fall ami Wiut.r ?ietjr aa d efeeap ne lau] -h?.-. CA?SIMERES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TIES, COLLARS, sil HITS in ti.. ' DRESS GOODS, Wat? rpro f ( loi & .. ftc, &c, ftc. S7i es9 G ait ors, El |Wi SaVAl l?,<) top? Quartered in . ! . amina d. THE E'.KTEIIA' CITIES ? SKLEI TED STO< K OF HOODS ? Country Stois, - ?rill tin.i ?T?i? asid Me?* ii?. dealing ? il m. i. w rz& ( o., ? STO i IP - ...'., " ? ? HAKDWAUr U..I.1)., AUL, CUTLKliY, CHAINS, I L'ON*. NAILS, [U'1'KKT.S i- 'lis. S< VHII.S, llOES, uAKK.S, Jb?. ui me MAMT.U. i ? i : i ? : -. ? hieb I -b. II be pleas? .1 lo show in v. mi ni such j,t?o I-, i .i ? living KW GOODS ? util i IV t?> keep all - in int line. ? hui are needed by m* lie public. .mi s?ii liliO. BAILY. ? in Iowa, . . PBICE LIST. 2 for r? fin N'o Brand. . ROYAl ? <? ? ? for 25 cts. ? >, - - -On Hand. - > - . i') * i et?. I for 35. M . '[MIT I'. I'?' NEW'SToOK. AT Tl a I PKICESI FALL&WINTER GOODS lo.-. |) ; \ [JOODS, GROCER ?ES < ? i ? i : i : n ?*? \v a 111 : Boots and Shoes 11Al *? CAPS, I nine i tu ?u. II. I < P., I ? ?stock. ! ?K*T QI'AL?TT III.RAChKD I n,??i ?ri? ln?fo m 15 s ? HAN Maar, *rh/fee.nt.i> plated w ?tcpr?, ct-fpot ?a? aillo. kno?n *?>rl?l. t-amptt Watch Fret to *&*jAffentt. a?4(!r?*??,sLCo?'JT?a*?^,C?bK*??? lJNTa^T3 'C3rTJRA.VIOX*T THE'-CA.SM SYSTEM? Reduction in urieo ol nil Ibiw I II. % It Is TIMES* nais ?< no lltuiiij:,: purctaasiiig |Ot?dS miue O?R STO?R AND PRIGJJS. We offer no Trftsby. ?ir aiictl?*? |i thstbne? ? th?? wan;- ??i i ti.. |, ?.,' ?:?? ? ??. ?\ ?I !.??*. !'?',? .i,, i,.,: .|.-, ?, .,- article's s; or Mom BAIT. I ' rrespamlliij? reduction m <?-. ??; ythin j. STOCK LARGE AND COMPLETE. i New g >?? di re? fivtnl almost overj '???- Ki*iliit*t?d I*rl<*e?? will e n llKDSESD.tY Morning M.Slt'II Jiifh. R munbtr. WS ealTf the : large t RtOC ' Ready Made Clothing in Woodcock. Ill 'i.King m* friends and '.In ?1111:1!,'? ? ' !?' ill flic I .. M .ivl. M.COI FM A.N. EVTAJBLISAISD 1H3.I. BEST l\ THE HOI. EI>. ?STS OLUUGH & iVARREN ORGANS i 5 I I i ' o?. s ? - . f? 1? ; ? I i ? 2 ?S l s > I cm ? r ? e ? -r ? -r ? t 3 B ? t 2, S sT I a? 1 9 -? ?j ? - ??? C&FT?VATE THet? WO aLD. While ih'' ei a ?t vVarbbm I .ioilu.-ii|o isiiiooihiie-s l.teiit-.s ol lone. ?c. H reniai::?'' 1 for the C'l.Ol'on ?ft W.siu:' s .alii'ie la i ? .>?! ve t he < I n ?? It 1 n ' 11 -. a ? I a.I prod UC >?-< mol'-lll ? .??.le. (io use the exael woMsot the Jiiu-.es' reiKiit,) ??V'oLtllE WITH l'iniiiof lone, h:iViiio i he i ha i.,.-:,? !? of the Diapason In the ordinary (Pi| 'a dis* linelioii bespeukiii'* the Ilixbe?! Possible Musical i-a-;? rly ?spired to but not ult-.lned, by other m-nufactuicr?. tnd to this the cmiiluin?* distinctive elan*?* ot the Judge*' report a? bath ol Award, to wlc: ??lne.,ii-e of certain mechanical arrangement? wbleh I fie working of i be ln?triiroeiits. toitetlie: with ncatiic?? of tl .... combined wllh ??uipli'-iiy ol ( h.?ve the description i Instrument, ie-itv. die lead Hi'* the first rnuk. In critical hi ?'v.m-'ii of the Mu?i?':ii I" ! i'i.m ?.h v w si.-i:i.\ <ii;i. s-, ' ?'.. in th- lu il ?.? I'ilmor'M l'aient Qualify in*-Tutes. For uhioli wohate'the oxrlstalTS) ooailrol ? for lit?' li.il?'.! State?, i llc-cd, in : dun!'.a torn! 1 ?roiu.ny ?lesiiahie ??u iiiie? the paramount a: *l by the ?Vorid ? best judges, as that of the Ui ?pa? ' .-. thoseoulrai .->ji Ai., i i io Pipe ? ",:?. IS? ? i? i| i.eiiy. All !? or 7 J "?r. Fltty Different My les.' Qualll* ?1 ?oliiiueo."l'?nie I "equaled For tito Parlor and i he hareh rise bosi ni.ue.'iat ?nd II orl.it:aii*?ltip " ? . ml Mh:l-le;?. ? ID :,; he Presbyterian ? For Term?i J. \ RREKAM VN tajea:. ; Pel V'-iv il ik? t. V. J.ESTEV & COMPANY, I BRATTLEBORO, VI Our now Organ, ?axpreasl?; dealgaed for Sundo; Sch?>? l?, Chapels, ;???., is proving n GrJXEiu^T SUCCESS. .? spjui f0r fun tloscriptiv?? Catah.gue lx-iim? I HKS (OF THE KIND) OH THE GLOBE, ?in* tint froo. Adoeii$emfnt$' PAPSTRISS, I. !! r ? ...i-- i i>re?t j\ i-it>, from Meta, i r*. Call st BABO S. in an.i see them. C-?i|>, 1, i ?p and Bill ? . ?aritb ,i full ; ' r?, boogbt ill reel t. >m Ute manofa t :? . ?v,-li veeaa - i ret/ lam, lllaiik Book?. '???? books of I i..-. m rai et] il ?and ?tati iiiai-. ?, ' BAKOl 1., .'. -?-v.?. be wsri?, t",l - .?. 1? o. ?? I al 1 MI?.! 1.1 fe BOB, , MI . . Maullar ] I ' - \ | ! I Isaac Haas. main sTRl ?ST. IKtOllSlOtlt \tt III Chewing Tobac o SMOKIN ?|. 11 BNUBP. nnd ?a ? a ?ara m aam ?*???>? aa?ri;.'ii?. <|n. ?? fe trial by tfeeloeta of be . tfi t* s"ilff?i?t. ??0T. T??.'. . '.tir' rtVtt nu ii'S. vie ?7s ttilTsnUTl? nssa :a:?lc3?7Z? ti .ti?, with da 1* tf tito last Klowrs and .1 t:.' ?if t ?."?? ?li-iii?all for a Vw? ? eat i oetafe ?;s:ii? :. am! rnglUh. Vick? llox-.r ?til Veaetahl? Car,:. - f!.'?? Magazine.-SI n?, and ?'<>l??red 1-la'e In c?-ery ? ? . . .?.M: A PHYSieLOOICAL View of ^Jr.rr?age ! WOMAN ? W?TMt . ?ov'-.rR ...Eupt-j r.? A4: ? *!. S?. B4 Uu?. M?, Dr.A.GiOLIN'S^-i? ? I'-linl? ul.rt r-,..?..? ft -??arty ?>???? ?t ?a???.???? salnl W'c.ka..?? p-i"?'. ??!?????m l.o~ ?r Mrm.,'.. lsanali-.a ?Wl.1*. Ueekeeti lanafft?-?.,, .Nervaa. IvaHttr, |?t-t?.mU|? .w4, ?1mm? .? i'< Hindi..-, kit-.-).. I o.r, lia??, laai?.ial?i. \?i?or i?M>ii?i, jtua m ha inatiBMl. ls Olla ta?>*l? U?VlfiM.i??aa??,wdl nm.la. ..? r.! e.'. ? -..' ,., vu, |(,i?^ b~H emiemcmrt. i,u'.\i la>"?4 ?rvto I? ?la l? ?. LAMES m ?.'??iif iw?ii?a*?,i wl.hartvate l,ef^as? tsav?, call ?.wHt.. ??? r.? rwxvuW?.? t.tt palCraU. (iattlliM? ?. ??*? ? ?'?|B ?J??4| ?a* *?sl?r <*? tmemtr, ?al? ?m?.? ?V **f* VA m .v. ? . ? . ?^athsa???a? MARBIAGE GUIDE ?^seV? ?aa isloftl.?r,I W l?x? ?Sua, ?all ?kav?. ??s term ?a??a Valaxbl? ??S? , I? ?s. martial aaj taw? i n?aaila?.| rwem* Hua t. ?. . > -.'?} la ta? aurtil ?asni?. Bnas *.atf.V.V? *->( ?M. t*.s. Frl.? ? ?cu, tasty saana. Miafe ?*t AC tVmVm WATCH A?fD OHAlI--a -Sjlj9.**k ? ?'?? '.lo-?- *lia?-v?ri-fO??i?r 0?V ^aT*Ji il lia*. J. il. ?Jajiort S Co.. Cnieai?. l?.